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Children Affected By Typhoon Rai/Odette Face Uncertain New Year

UNICEF sent life-saving supplies to children affected by the onslaught of Typhoon Odette in parts of the country.

ICM Mobilizes Thousands Of Partners For Typhoon Odette Relief Operations

Relief work among the ultra-poor communities began as soon as the typhoon passed because of ICM's unique position to contribute during the disaster.

Knowledge Channel’s Rina Lopez-Bautista In Forbes’ ‘Asia’s 2021 Heroes Of Philanthropy’

Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. President and Executive Director Rina Lopez-Bautista is one of "Asia's 2021 Heroes of Philanthropy".

Smile Train Philippines Continues To Give Forever Smiles Throughout The Pandemic

Despite the hurdles posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Smile Train continued to provide free cleft surgery and care for individuals in need, including baby Mao.

#TapForATBFreePH For The Young And Young At Heart

Young and young at heart can now learn and spread more awareness about Tuberculosis while playing a game at the convenience of their own home.

Negros Greening Initiative Plants 10M Trees In 6 Years

A massive re-greening initiative in Negros Island has hit its mark this year, planting 10 million trees four years ahead of schedule.

Furries Of Pawssion Project Spends A Howl-Idate With Doggo, Nico Bolzico

Doggo is back with another initiative with Pawssion Project!

Fight Against Teen Pregnancy Weakens Given The Lack Of Contraception Awareness – Surveys

The Philippines' fight against rising adolescent pregnancy is being hampered by a lack of emergency contraceptive understanding, new surveys find.

This Christmas, JCI Cebu And PEZA Spread Joy With Bazaar-For-A-Cause

Those looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Christmas may go and shop at Paskong MEZaya, Cebu's biggest annual bazaar-for-a-cause since 1990.

Event Highlights Solutions To Reduce Plastic Waste In Rivers And Coasts

This recognizable event highlighted regional efforts to stem the flow of plastic waste into our oceans.

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Airbnb Allows Filipinos To Live Anywhere As The Travel Revolution Turns Into Reality

For the first time, Airbnb has made it possible for millions of people to live anywhere.

Access Voice Assistance Right On Your Wrist With Garmin’s New Venu 2 Plus GPS Smartwatch

Garmin’s latest offering lets you answer phone calls, send texts, and operate smart home devices without digging through your pocket or bag.

2GO Moves 500 Tons Of Critical Goods To Typhoon-Hit Areas

In the aftermath of Typhoon Odette, 2GO Sea Solutions has provided free port-to-port transportation of 500 tons of humanitarian materials from Manila to heavily typhoon-affected communities in the Philippines.

Cebu Guv Gives Out Cash Cards To ‘Odette’ Victims

Cebu City Governor Gwendolyn Garcia distributes cash cards that can be used to buy housing materials as well as food and other basic necessities to help families rebuild their houses damaged by Typhoon Odette.

Caraga Starts Rehab Of Rice Farms Hit By ‘Odette’

The Department of Agriculture in Caraga reported the arrival of 1,500 bags of certified seeds that will be distributed to rice farmers whose farms were devastated by Typhoon Odette.
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